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Seize the Summer: Removing Barriers (part 3)

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Here’s our third group of barriers to time in the Word: “I connect with God in other ways.” “I don’t agree with everything the Bible says.” We’ll call these “Authority Issues.” In both of these cases, we have a low of view of the Bible. Maybe it’s not that you doubt the Bible’s authority, it’s just Read more

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Seize the Summer: Removing Barriers (part 2)

Seize the Summer: Removing Barriers (part 2)featured

This is the second post in a series. See the first one here. I call this group of barriers: Disobedient, Undisciplined and/or Feeling Crazy: “I know I should, I just don’t.” “I don’t have time.” “I’m not a learner, not a morning person, not…” Before you think I’m being harsh, let’s start with the practical reality: life consists Read more

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Seize the Summer: Removing Barriers (part 1)

Seize the Summer: Removing Barriers (part 1)featured

At our next workshop, we’ll consider what it looks like to be women whose lives are built on the Word of God, walking away with some tangible tools to dig into our Bibles over the summer. We are commanded to love God with all of our heart, soul, mind, and strength (Luke 10:25-28). But when Read more

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4 Reasons to Memorize Scripture

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By Steph Haugen Scripture memory. What comes to mind when you think about these two words? I can visualize two camps of people reading this right now: one group excited, grabbing a pen and paper, maybe some coffee, to take notes. The other, muttering under their breath with a heaping dose of guilt because they don’t Read more

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Missional Living

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By Jill Kandel I attended Shannon Moser’s breakout session which focused on the topic of Missional Living. Each member of the group, about twenty of us, introduced ourselves and Shannon gave us a handout called, “Everyday Being Missional.” She spoke about what it means to interact with people outside of the Christian sub-culture, the Christian Ghetto, Read more

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the Gospel-centered woman

the Gospel-centered womanfeatured

The Gospel-centered woman believes that God is for her. She believes that Jesus is enough, that she is free from condemnation, and that she is in forever. As those beliefs take root in her heart, they start to feel like gratitude, confidence, and security. And as those roots grow and begin to bear fruit, they look Read more

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Gather With Usfeatured

By Amy Peterson Gathering. It requires intentional action ― joining up with others in a shared experience. Every day our family gathers around the table at mealtime. Food is prepared, table is set, hands are (maybe) washed. And there, amidst picky eaters and spilled milk, we actively engage with each other. Funny stories, things we’ve read, moments Read more

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Women’s Workshop 6/13/16

Women’s Workshop 6/13/16featured

The next Women’s Workshop is on Monday, June 13th at 7pm at River City Downtown. Women from River City Downtown and Southwest are invited to attend. Guests are also welcome. Women’s Workshops are an opportunity to gather as women to worship God and learn together from His Word. The goal of this particular workshop is to Read more

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Women’s Workshop 4/2/16: Details

Women’s Workshop 4/2/16: Detailsfeatured

The Women’s Workshop is an opportunity to gather as women to worship God and learn together from His Word. Join us Saturday, April 2nd at River City Downtown for breakfast, music, teaching, breakout sessions, and discussion. Registration is free. Women from River City Downtown and Southwest are invited to attend. Guests are also welcome. Please Read more

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7 Ways Weary Women Can Remember the Gospel

7 Ways Weary Women Can Remember the Gospelfeatured

I’ve been reflecting on Elyse Fitzpatrick’s book, Good News for Weary Women. She points out our tendencies to try to justify ourselves and to try to identify ourselves by our rule-keeping, and she calls women, again and again, to remember the Gospel. But sometimes just telling each other to “remember the Gospel” isn’t totally helpful. Read more

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